A Pilgrimage based upon Christ-like Friendship Formation immersed in the triune agape of God’s love
This intensive journey is designed for a core vision team of clergy/laity (6-12 persons) to partner with another congregation’s core vision team across ethnicity (and/or denomination or any perceived differences) to form intentional Christ-like friendships that will inspire ministry improvisations that will enable us to reach more persons in the community together than we reach as a silo church.
We will share stories, share worship services, and meals together.
We will take prayer walks in the community together.
One of our gatherings will occur in a sacred setting such as The Woolworth’s Building in Greensboro, North Carolina.
The core vision teams will take a pilgrimage together to a place that will take everyone out of our comfort zones and provide helpful formational seeds for transformation.
(For instance, Jesus' Friends Are Our Friends Too has led a pilgrimage to Koinonia Farm located in Americus, Georgia. This farm was founded by Clarence Jordan and an inter-racial farming community in the 1940’s.)
This intensive journey will be facilitated by a team of two trained leaders across ethnicity who walk beside your core vision teams over a six-month period to embody transformative life changing ministry in the communities with whom you serve.
This will be described during an informational session when the JFAOFT team of facilitators meet with the core vision teams.
Honorarium: Will be agreed upon per each context. Deposit of $250 Required.
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